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Understanding Covariance

Covariance assesses how the mean values ​​of two variables move together. If the return on stock A moves up as the return on stock B moves up and the same relationship is found when the return on stoc...
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The largest wealth management company

Bank of America The Global Wealth Management and Investment division of Bank of America Corp. ranks first on the list with $ 1.35 trillion in assets under management. One of the reasons Bank of Americ...
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Why the Relative Strength Line/Rating Holds a Big Clue?

“Relative price performance is a good way to tell which of the five or six stocks you own is your true leader. If you’re going to do any selling, it’s normally correct to weed the flower patch by sell...
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Techno – Fundamental Analysis

Beginning with the news paper headlines on the 6 th  of August which says, ‘Nifty Fifty valuation hits all time high.’ The thing we always kept on talking about is now a newspaper headline. Also, ther...
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Top Intraday Trading Strategies to Follow In 2020

Before knowing about the best Intraday trading strategies in India, let’s understand a basic fact that there are more than 15 million intraday traders in India with a market size of over 4500 crores. There are thousands of DEMAT account holders who daily enter the world of intraday trading. It is amongst the most practiced trade form in Indian markets.

However, intraday trading also has its own set of risks which is also very high. Intraday trading requires quick decisions and executions which are usually not possible for everyone to make. It also requires to dedicatedly spare time until and unless you square off your position, because if the same is not done by market closing time, the broker automatically exits the intraday position at the time of market closure at the price available at the moment.

There are certain strategies, which can be beneficial for every intraday trader, right from a noob to a pro.

 

Best Intraday Trading Strategies

  • Investing in large quantities is the one of the best intraday trading strategies: A high liquidity stock means that there should be plenty buyers and sellers for that stock. So, you should make sure that the stock you are trading in is liquid enough which will make it easier for you to close and exit your position by the end of the day.

 

  • Own Your Trade: Details of stock’s holding pattern are available on the BSE and NSE exchange. A closely owned stock, i.e. a stock with a very few operators like brokers having 70-80% share, can be highly volatile and thus can reduce your chance of having a successful trade. A stock should be always widely owned, which in turn helps in minimizing risks.

 

  • Set a stop loss: A stop loss is a trigger which will automatically square off your position if it falls or rises below a specified limit. It is one of the most important factors in an intraday trade to minimize risk. As the name suggests, it helps to stop your loss after a specified limit. In a volatile market the stock prices can rise or fall sharply incurring huge losses.

 

  • Achieving the target: The time to close or exit a trade in case of intraday is very limited and thus you should be very quick and observant.

 

  • Momentum Intraday Trading Strategy: Intraday trading is all about momentum. You need to identify stocks before they make a big move and be ready to grab the movement as soon as it is made.

If you are new to trading and don’t have enough experience of market trends and trading it is better to take guidance from a SEBI registered investment advisor who can guide you with the trade. There are various SEBI registered and renowned investment advisors like CapitalVia who can help you in guiding you with Intraday trading strategies by providing research-based advice and levels for intraday trading. These intraday trading strategies can be beneficial but whenever you invest or trade in the market your capital is at risk. It is always better to enter the market with proper research and guidance.

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T+2 System by SEBI - Explanations on SEBI circular regarding Margin calculation applicable on or after September 1

As per a SEBI circular, the new margin rule was implemented from September 1 and is applicable to all, whoever is dealing in the equity market, be it brokers or be it traders/investors. This rule is a...
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How to Handle Market in Downtrend?

It would help if you protect your profits when a downturn hits, to make money over the long term. A downturn in the main indexes tends to pull-down most individual stocks with it. Therefore, it is ris...
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How to deal with IPO Frenzy?

“The safest time to buy an IPO is on the breakout from its first correction and base-building area. Once the new issue has been trading in the market for one, two, or three months or more, you have a ...
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Different Types Of NRO Accounts

Many people living in India send their children abroad for a brighter future. Some settle there, whereas some return to the country. Those who decide to stay overseas try to make their careers in thos...
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Short-Term Stock Investment with Quartile M

Investments and financial planning usually involve long tenures, but there are many investors out there, who are looking for short-term stock investment. The reason for short term stock investments, m...
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What is Gann Theory?

First let us start by describing the definition of Gann Theory : What is Gann Theory? Gann theory predicts the momentum of stocks after taking into account the past, present and future of the markets....
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Pledge, Unpledge: The Chaos Reduces

In our previous article  https://www.plindia.com/blog/sebi-pledging-rules-and-chaos/ ) , we gave you a glimpse of what is happening in an activity which from the outside looks very simple – buying and...
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